Alberta is reporting an estimated 1,100 new COVID-19 cases for the second day in a row.
According to the April. 2 update, which was tweeted from Dr. Deena HInshaw's Twitter account, hospitalizations in the province remain stable.
Government figures show 3,009 new virus infections today and 3,089 yesterday, a day on which the province paused data sharing for the Good Friday holiday.
On Saturday, Alberta had reported an estimated 550 additional cases of variants of concern after Dr. Deena Hinshaw, the province's chief medical officer of health, warned of a "significant" COVID-19 outbreak in Alberta involving the variant first found in Brazil, known as P.1, linked to a returning traveller.
Thirty-eight per cent of active cases in Alberta are variants.
Three hundred were of variants of concern, which now make up one-third of the active cases in Alberta.
No information on deaths related to COVID-19 has been released since Thursday.
County and state officials are now working to pump water out of the reservoir to reduce the quantity in the event of a breach. A significant leak at a large pond of wastewater threatened to flood roads and burst a system that stores polluted waters.
He said the prince's activities amounted to "incitement and efforts to mobilize citizens against the state". But he did confirm that he had offered to help Hamzah and his family as part of their personal friendship.
The water being discharged is mostly seawater from the Port Manatee dredge project, process water and storm water, officials said. The pond where the leak was found is in a stack of phosphogypsum, a radioactive waste product from the manufacture of fertiliser.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said at a March 25 congressional hearing that barring users from sharing the story was a "total mistake". It could be that I was hacked. "I can say this, is I'm cooperating, completely".
South Korea's Foreign Ministry said the woman was shot while Myanmar security forces inspected the company vehicle she was using. Access to mobile networks and all wireless - the less costly options used by most people in the developing country - was blocked.
He criticized the Jordanian government, claiming it is responsible for the deteriorating human rights situation in the country. "We are closely following the reports and in touch with Jordanian officials", State Department spokesman Ned Price said.
As of Thursday afternoon, Canada reported a cumulative total of 986,011 COVID-19 cases and 22,993 deaths, according to CTV. Saturday's report brings the total number of lab-confirmed cases in Ontario to 358,558 including deaths and recoveries.
Les séquences du reportage diffusé vendredi 2 avril par M6 ont de quoi indigner en pleine flambée épidémique. Chalençon et n'a évidemment jamais participé à un quelconque dîner ou soirée ", a indiqué son entourage.
Hunter Biden said that he talked to his father everynight - and that the president called all the grandkids daily too. Biden said he would spend days at a time smoking crack and drinking vodka. "He came to my apartment one time".
Workers' concerns extend beyond the retail sector, said Doris Grinspun of the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario. Brown said vaccines aren't reaching communities at highest risk, limiting the effectiveness of the province's strategy.
The Suez Canal is an artificial sea-level waterway in Egypt connecting the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea. Problems caused by the blockage could take months to resolve, the world's biggest shipping company warned.
Today's Forecast: Drying out with some pm sun, warm
The forecast from FOX 17 Meteorologist Erik Kostrzewa: We will slowly dry out today after a morning round of showers and storms. The Eastern half - Temperature: Fine and cool, but partly cloudy in the south, becoming cloudy with rain from the afternoon.
Le roi Abdallah de Jordanie a échappé à un "complot"
Conformément au souhait de son père, décédé en 1999, il avait été nommé prince héritier lorsque Abdallah II était devenu roi. Le roi du Maroc, Mohamed VI, s'est également entretenu avec lui au téléphone pour l'assurer de sa solidarité.
Suez Canal shipping backlog cleared
The canal normally handles about 50 ships a day, but had to increase that to between 80 and 90 to clear the backlog. An SCA investigation began on Wednesday into what caused the vessel to run aground in the Suez Canal.
Eight people injured in boat explosion north of Sydney
Eight people have been injured, including four critically, after a boat exploded on the Hawkesbury River in Sydney 's north. The cause of the fire is under investigation, with further official updates expected by Monday morning.
UK to trial Covid certificates at sporting events
Ministers have made clear that the ban on foreign travel will remain in place until at least 17 May. The UK has given 31 million people a first vaccine dose and a second dose to more than 5 million.